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4 Tips To Be A Healthy Dad

Do you remember the moment when your partner announced to you you are becoming a dad? There’s nothing quite thrilling, right? A whole new chapter of your life opens up filled with endless milestones to experience with your child: teaching your mini-me how to talk, walk, run and navigate life. To keep up with your little one for every new experience, you’ll want to be in your best health. In honor of Men’s Health Week (June 14th-June 20th), here are four tips to help be the healthiest dad you can be!1

1. Watch Your Weight

Most men relax their diets and exercise program once they get married and start a family. They gain weight, particularly during their partner’s pregnancy. Isn’t this true? My husband certainly did a little bit. But once the baby arrives, you have to be as active, mobile and quick as you can. Therefore, controlling your weight should be your top priority and something that will define your health status throughout your life. Here is how to create an exercise routine, if you don’t have one.

2. Manage Your Stress


Working all day and keeping everything under control means you’re probably under more stress than you realize. There are lots of ways to minimize stress – staying active, exercising and communicating with your loved ones are just some of them. Find the methods that suit you the best, practice them daily, and you’ll be a calmer and better parent for the long-haul. Here are ways how to reduce stress.

3. Schedule Regular Check-Ups


All parents go into action mode the minute they see something is not right with their kids. As soon as they start coughing or feeling woozy, we take them to the doctor’s office and deal with the problem. However, it’s not just kids that need this sort of attention – it’s the dads as well. It’s essential to see your doctor for regular screenings and annual physicals or talking to your holistic health practitioner. Your kiddos are counting on you!

4. Find the Balance


Providing for family often requires dads to work long hours. It can wear you out physically and emotionally. Avoiding burnout is a must if you want to enjoy fatherhood and life long-term, so you need to learn how to balance your work and your family more effectively than before. Talk to your employer, talk to your partner, and find a solution that works for both of you.

Remember, you’re doing it all for the sake of your children and a chance to spend more quality time with them. That’s why lots of men don’t really mind altering their habits and introducing positive changes to their lives in order to become healthier, happier and better fathers.

This year’s Father’s Day falls on June 20th, and we have the perfect gift to keep all dads healthier and happier. Receive the Men’s Nikken Watch as a gift with qualifying orders between  June 1—June 30, 2021!* Speak to me, a Nikken Consultant for further details.

https://www.daddilife.com/how-to-be-a-healthier-dad-in-2019/

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Feel free to share with me (by commenting below) what you’ve implemented and how it makes you feel having made these changes in your life.

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